28 July – 02 August 2024

Land’s End to John o’ Groats (LEJOG)  1400 km

A 1400 km Audax, long-distance cycling event from coast to coast between the far south-western edge to the far north-eastern corner of the UK, at randonneur standard!

Start:  Land’s End, Cornwall

Start date: Sunday 28 July 2024

Start time: 07:00 am

Provisional details for the 2024 edition will likely appear around end-May 2023!

The LEJOG 1400 is a 1405 km cycling event sanctioned by Audax UK (AUK) next due to take place between 28 July – 02 August 2024.

What is it?

The LEJOG 1400 starts at the headland of Land’s End, Cornwall, the far south-western corner of the UK mainland and finishes at the village of John o’ Groats, the far north-eastern corner of the UK mainland.

The event is a randonnee, not a race! Those taking part will have a maximum of 116-hours & 40-minutes to complete the challenging 1405 km route.

Land’s End to John o’ Groats is a longstanding route from the southwest tip of the UK to the northern tip – from Cornwall through the Cotswolds, the Midlands, the North, and finishing off in the Scottish Highlands, a windswept land of glacial lakes and an economy of trees. A succession of different terrains, architectures, and history. Celtic lands at the start and finish.

Randonnees are traditionally non-competitive/non-commercial long-distance cycling events where the emphasis is on completing the route and distance within the time limit.

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